1764 Deserter with rifle Philidelphia
SX POUNDS Reward. ESERTED from their. Siation, at David Patton, in Paxton Townfhip, Lancafter County, on the Fourth of this lnltant November, two Soldiers, of Captain Graidon a Company : one of them named Ceorge Little, otherwife George Kline, born D in Lebanon Townfhip, Lancafler County, a Son of Henry Lit tie's, si xears 01 vgc, no 1 raae, 5 rcet 4 incnes mgn, rair wm - p exion, fair and'thjn Hair, cut ihort on the Crown, walks fome - what ftooping.is apt to !ook down when he fpeaks, oris fpokento. pret 7 g 5 nd on, wnen ne deierted, 3 blue Broad - AlftW. mm ASM t. A. JJ J 1 1 . . J . a I v A. v v - w r - V cloth Coat, an emboflcd Flannel under facket, black Velret Breeches, and has tak.cn fundry other Clothes, and a Rifle Gun. The other named Solomon ruTinyer, born in Pennfylrania, in Years of Age, a Blackfmith by Trade, 5 Feet t Inches high, brown Complexion, black fruit Hair, cut on the Crown, walks fomewhat ftooping, talks broken Erglifh ; Had on, when he de - fcited, a blue Broadcloth Jacket, a red Flannel under Jacket, and Leather Breeches ; he has ether Clothes with hip, alf a fmooth bdre Gun. Whoever takes up faid Deferters, and brings them to their Company, or fecures them in any Goal within this Protince, lhall have the abore Reward, or Three Pounds me Jo!iH Chkistiaw Brcxr, Enfign fnT irK wimU hi " r " - '